ink off of an oak table? My nephew was coloring with a black marker (not a permanent one, but not a crayola either. Not sure what it was.. anyway..) and it soaked through the paper. Now I have a bunch of black marks on my table. It needs to be refinished anyway because I left a bottle of windex on it, not knowing that the bottom had a crack in it, and now I have a spot that is ruined from the amonia. But I don't have the money for that right now (It's a big table. Seats 8 when both leaves are in it.) but I'd like to remove the ink in the meantime. Any ideas? It's solid oak and hasn't been treated with anything in quite a while. (Yes, I know, if it had been treated the ink probably would have wiped right off, but it wasn't, it didn't and now here I am.)
All suggestions welcome. Thanks ladies...
Answer by Melbornj at 6:55 PM on Sep. 29, 2010
have you tried rubbing alcohol or vinegar?
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